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|Main Title||Field Indicators for Identifying Hydric Soils in New England. Version 1.|
|CORP Author||New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, Boston, MA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Publisher||1 May 95|
|Additional Subjects||New England ; Soil properties ; Aquatic soils ; Soil classification ; Soil types ; Soil chemical properties ; Soil physical properties ; Soil structure ; Soil horizons ; Soil texture ; Soil properties ; Color ; Drainage ; Depth ; Criteria ; Cross sections ; Hydric soils ; Redoximorphic features|
This guide will make it easier for field personnel to identify and document hydric soils and their boundaries. These field indicators provide consistent and reliable evidence that a certain area of soil meets the definition of hydric soil. To properly interpret and apply this guide, however, users must have a working knowledge of soils.